President Obama spent time Thursday rallying his supporters for a health care overhaul. He compared the current pessimism over health care to the early days of last year's presidential campaign. In doing so, he used the term "wee-weed up" to describe the emotions in Washington in August and September. That unusual phrase set off a flurry of head-scratching in the press corps.
Obama Expression Gets Press Corps 'Wee-Weed Up'
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